Theodore Turley Commemoration

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We were excited to be a part of the Theodore Turley commemoration in Nauvoo, IL on June 24, 2014.

Theodore Turley was the first Latter-day Saint to build a home in Nauvoo (then Commerce).

This commemoration featured a talk by Susan Easton Black (Durrant) and featured speaker Richard E. Turley, jr (Assistant Church Historian and Theodore Turley descendant).

The Nauvoo Press was excited to provide reprints of the 1840 Book of Mormon, and the 1844 Doctrine and Covenants to Brother Turley in appreciation of his visit.

We’re proud to share the video here, and extend our  thanks to Sharon Gray and Natalie Tanner for making it available to us.


A Nauvoo Publisher

1840BofMFirst off: Yes, we are located in Nauvoo, Illinois.

The Nauvoo Press is proud to reprint some of the most interesting and important publications in Latter-day Saint history. (As well as a select group of related publications).  We also publish original works related to Latter-day Saint history and belief.

Of particular interest to us are early church periodicals, or books that either have not been available, or in some cases only to collectors willing to spend thousands of dollars for an original.

We are pleased to have available all the early versions of the Book of Mormon. Our Early Book of Mormon Series features the 1830 (Palmyra), 1837 (Kirtland), 1840 (Nauvoo), 1841 (Liverpool) and 1879 (Orson Pratt Footnote) Editions.

We have also completed the 1844 Doctrine and Covenants (the Edition originally printed in Nauvoo).

Many of our books are available in both paperback and hardback editions. Hardback books include a dust jacket (unless noted

TISsmOur newest release Testament in Stone is available now.

If you know of a publication you would like to see reprinted, let us know.